Love Little moments, big love
Because 80% of you think small, everyday actions are way more romantic than huge gestures…
“My other half doesn’t send Valentine’s Day cards any more. Instead, it’s the little gestures that show me he cares, like feeding my horses – despite not being a big horse fan – and, knowing that I have terrible circulation, choosing an optional extra of a heated steering wheel on my car because I get cold hands! For me, those small, thoughtful things are way more important than any Valentine’s card.” – Claire, 39
The polyunsaturated fatty acids in grapeseed oil help lower cholesterol. Best uses Cook with it as you would olive oil: it makes a smooth base for salad dressings, and the clean, light flavour is ideal for sautéing. ( You can also bake with it.)
Its potent mix of vitamins A and E can reduce free radicals and protect skin from UV damage. Best uses It has a rich taste that adds texture when drizzled on soups, meats, veg and ice cream. Don’t use for high-heat cooking.
The lactic acid in coconut oil may help improve the ratio of good HDL to bad LDL cholesterol in blood. (Look for virgin or raw options.) Best uses Infuse curries with a tropical flavour by using it to sauté vegetables, or use it to bake granola or muffins.
A great source of the omega-3 alpha-linolenic acid, walnut oil helps lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Best uses Its nutty flavour makes it a delicious dressing or garnish. Drizzle over salads and pastas, or into soups.